TSI 9535 Velocicalc Handheld Digital Air Velocity Meter

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TSI 9535 Velocicalc Handheld Digital Air Velocity Meter

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TSI 9535 Velocicalc Meter for Air Velocity is a multifunction meter for taking air velocity, temperature, and air flow measurements that can log up to 12,700 data points . TSI 9535 is a great choice for work that involves fume hoods, spray booths or ventilation systems. Made in the USA and includes a NIST Calibration Certificate. TSI 9535 Review >

Characteristics
Characteristics TSI 9535 Velocicalc Handheld Digital Air Velocity Meter
  Easy operation
  Super accurate! Air velocity (0 to 6,000 ft/min (0 to 30 m/s))
  Measure Velocity and Temperature at the same time
  Calculates volumetric flow and actual/standard velocity
  Three parameters displayed simultaneously
  Data log 100 Tests with 17,200+ Samples
  Includes LogDat2 downloading software
Includes: Telescopic straight probe, hard carrying case, 4 alkaline batteries, USB cable and downloading software, operation and service manual and Calibration certificate
Description
TSI 9535 Velocicalc Handheld Digital Air Velocity Meter is a multipurpose meter that measures velocity and temperature while also calculating air flow. The meter features a telescoping straight probe and is also capable of datalogging the measurements simultaneously for increased efficiency. Product made in USA and comes with NIST Certificate of Calibration.
Specifications
Specifications: TSI 9535 Velocicalc Meter for Air Velocity
Velocity
Range 0 to 6,000 ft/min (0 to 30 m/s)
Accuracy ±3% of reading or ±3 ft/min (±0.015 m/s), whichever
is greater
Resolution 1 ft/min (0.01 m/s)
Duct Size
Dimensions 1 to 250 inches in increments of 0.1 in. (1 to 635 cm in increments of 0.1 cm)
Volumetric Flow Rate
Range Actual range is a function of
velocity and duct size
Temperature
Range 0 to 200 °F (-18 to 93°C)
Accuracy
±0.5°F (±0.3°C)
Resolution
0.1°F (0.1°C)
Instrument Temperature Range
Operating (Electronics)
40 to 113°F (5 to 45°C)
Operating (Probe) 0 to 200°F (-18 to 93°C)
Storage -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
Data Storage Capabilities
Range 12,700+ samples and
100 test IDs
Logging Interval 1 second to 1 hour
Time Constant User selectable
General
Dimensions 3.3 in. x 7.0 in. x 1.8 in. (8.4 cm x 17.8 cm x 4.4 cm)
Weight 0.6 lbs. (0.27 kg)
Probe Dimensions -Probe Length 40 in. (101.6 cm)
-Probe Diameter of Tip 0.28 in. (7.0 mm)
-Probe Diameter of Base 0.51 in. (13.0 mm)
Power Requirements Four AA-size batteries or AC adapter
Applications
Applications: TSI 9535 Velocicalc Meter for Air Velocity
  Great for commissioning and plant maintenance, as well as optimizing an HVAC system.
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Customer Reviews

full features Review by soupedupcadi
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just wanted to comment that i liked getting the software and NIST Calibration included with my purchase.

(Posted on 12/10/2013)

Works great Review by Jeff_Artist
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I use this to make sure our room we use to dry our pots maintains a certain temperature and is producing the correct flow from the ducts. Simple to use.

(Posted on 12/5/2013)

Works well for us Review by Shawn
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Went with the less expensive model hre. No modular probes and such but the price tag is better and the multiple measurements with datalogging meet our needs at the lab here;

(Posted on 12/5/2013)

Affordable Flow Calculator Review by Henry
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Like this unit. Easy to operate and can handle flow calculations

(Posted on 12/4/2013)

Upgrades and datalogging Review by Harold
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Really like all the probes you can get and really make this unit versatile. Also it logs a ton of measurements making analysis a breeze. A little heavy on pricing but it is precalibrated, so...

(Posted on 12/4/2013)